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Cheap flights to Serbia

Reasons To Visit Serbia

A landlocked country located in the heart of the Balkans, Serbia is a diverse country offering everything from charming cities and cultural sites to beautiful natural areas and adventurous outdoor activities. If you are visiting the capital Belgrade you can look forward to an excellent collection of cultural attractions and a city home to many memorable works of architecture like the huge Kalemegdan Fortress and the National Assembly of Serbia. There are many national parks across the country where you will find everything from mountainous terrain to rolling plains, while those looking to party will find the country hosts many world-class festivals each year.

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Arriving In Serbia

The main airport serving Serbia is Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport which is located less than 20 km from the capital Belgrade. If you are looking to make the journey from the UAE to Serbia, it is possible to travel directly to the country by arriving at Belgrade from Abu Dhabi or Dubai. If you are looking to fly out of Dubai, you can make the journey with flydubai from Dubai International Airport, while Etihad Airways provides flights out of Abu Dhabi.

When your flight has landed at Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport there are local buses available if you are on a budget and don’t want to splash out on a taxi. Inside the airport you will find a decent selection of retail shops alongside duty-free shopping, while there are a few choices available when it comes to dining and drinking. In addition to this, the airport provides travelers with free Wi-Fi for up to 15 minutes.

See also

Understanding the Etihad airways baggage allowance rules

Flydubai baggage allowance and fares explained

6 secrets to find the best cheap flights out there

Serbia Travel Information

As a UAE national you will be able to travel to Serbia visa free for up to 90 days. The climate in the country will vary depending on where you are, although you can generally expect hot summers and cold winters with heavy snowfall in some areas. Serbia is not yet a member of the European Union and has its own currency, the Serbian dinar, so don’t make the mistake of changing up your money into euros. Prices in the country are lower than those in the UAE, while you will need to put your clocks back three hours in order to get on local time.

* This information is correct as of December 2017

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